Southern Georgia Mosquito Management
Mosquitoes are more than a nuisance – they endanger humans, pets, and wildlife by spreading infectious diseases. At VDCI (Vector Disease Control International), our mission is to protect public health through science-based mosquito management, because everyone deserves peace of mind while enjoying the outdoors.
Our team of entomologists, biologists, environmental health and mosquito control specialists are committed to protecting public health in communities throughout Southern Georgia by managing nuisance and disease-carrying mosquitoes, while also preserving our environment.
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Existing VDCI Clients
Are you a Georgia citizen living in a city or county currently partnering with VDCI and need to submit a service request? Simply fill out our Client Service Request Form and your Camden County, Georgia mosquito management team will be notified.
Citizens, Do Your Part to Fight the Bite. Remember the 4Ds.
One of the reasons mosquitoes so often plague our outdoor activities is because they are highly efficient at reproducing. Anywhere water collects—from a stagnant pond to a tiny puddle in the sidewalk—can become an active breeding ground for mosquitoes. Therefore, community members play a vital role in the elimination of standing water, as well as the protection of themselves and their families from vector-borne pathogens.
The best way to protect yourself when spending time outdoors is remembering the 4Ds:
Defend: Consistently wear and reapply an EPA-approved repellent when outdoors.
Dress: Wear closed-toe shoes, light colors, and long sleeves and pants to keep your skin protected.
Drain: Mosquitoes require standing water to reproduce.
Dusk & Dawn: Limit spending time outdoors when mosquitoes are most active.
Integrated Mosquito Management Solutions
VDCI is the industry expert in Integrated Mosquito Management programs. These programs include responsible efforts to manage mosquitoes and help to prevent the transmission of serious diseases such as West Nile Virus.
Emergency Response Services
Vector Disease Control International (VDCI) has over 20 years of experience conducting emergency response mosquito control missions on the ground and in the air. VDCI plays an integral role after hurricanes, major flood events, increased disease activity, and other emergency response events.
Are you a government entity or business in need of a partner in integrated mosquito management? Complete the form below or call us at 800-413-4445.